Definition of Trillings
1. trilling [n] - See also: trilling
Lexicographical Neighbors of Trillings
Literary usage of Trillings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Descriptive Mineralogy: With Especial Reference to the Occurrences and Uses by Edward Henry Kraus (1911)
"Figure 68 shows clearly the pseudohexagonal symmetry of penetration trillings. Also in radial, columnar and fibrous aggregates, stalactitic, branching forms ..."
2. Mineralogy: An Introduction to the Study of Minerals and Crystals by Edward Henry ( Kraus, Walter Fred Hunt (1920)
"These are penetration trillings with the twinning plane parallel to the unit prism. The prism angle is 117° 48'. Parallel groups not uncommon. ..."
3. The System of Mineralogy of James Dwight Dana, 1837-1868: Descriptive Mineralogy by James Dwight Dana, Edward Salisbury Dana (1920)
"The twinning angle cc = 35° 18', while in trillings it is 70° 36', approximating closely to the regular octahedron ; hence pseudo-isometric forms occur ..."
4. Petrographic Methods: The Authorized English Translation of Part I by Ernst Weinschenk, Robert Watson Clark (1912)
"Intergrowths of three individuals are called trillings. Characteristic penetration trillings of certain orthorhombic and monoclinic crystals are noteworthy. ..."
5. The System of Mineralogy of James Dwight Dana. 1837-1868: Descriptive Mineralogy by James Dwight Dana, Edward Salisbury Dana (1892)
"2; often in trillings (f. 3), both contact- and penetration-twins. The twinning angle cc = 35° 18', while in trillings it is 70° 36', approximating closely ..."
6. Bulletin by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1885)
"In the microscopic trillings one individual frequently predominates greatly ... These trillings are finally found again interpenetrating, not according to ..."
7. Report by Tasmania Dept. of Mines (1902)
"In peculiar minute crystal trillings implanted in cavities in hard gossan. Magnet Mine. As minute needles abundantly scattered throughout siderite gangue. ..."
8. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"... twin crystals, or trillings. TRIENNIAL ACT, the name commonly given to the Act of Parliament 16 Char|es II, "for the assembling and holding of ..."